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Environment Canada warns about damaging winds in Alberta
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Environment Canada warns about damaging winds in Alberta

Environment Canada has warned that winds could cause damage in some areas of Alberta on Saturday.

Winds are expected to gust between 100 and 120 km/h in the Cardston, Fort Macleod. Pincher Creek, Crowsnest Pass and Waterton Lakes regions. Some of that strength will taper off towards the evening.

Wind speeds of up to 90 km/h could be found around Claresholm and High River, Okotoks and High River.

“Damage may occur to buildings, such roof shingles, windows and other structures. Environment Canada stated that loose objects could be tossed by wind and cause injury or damages.

The Grande Cache and Hinton areas are under snowfall warnings with total amounts of around 15 cm.

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